Situated right in the heart of the town, this beautiful luxury cottage in the renowned area of The Digey in St Ives provides a prime location for everything from the golden sandy beaches to the great shops and restaurants. Tucked away in a private courtyard – ideal to escape from the bustle of the vibrant town, at the end of a fun-packed day. Wella exudes a playful, relaxed beach atmosphere with vibrant colours and natural materials. It is the little touches that stand out, from the incredible oak beams to the stunning fireplace and personal effects. With upside-down living (the en suite bedrooms are downstairs, the living space upstairs to make the most of the light), this is a chilled-out family pad.
What makes a stay at Wella unique?
A small family-owned business which cares for the environment, the planet, and local sustainability with passion. In the business daily practices, the owners are extremely mindful of the value of social responsibility. Their sustainable ethic is essential to them and they work closely with their business partners to source locally, reduce, reuse and recycle products and provide support for the local economy.
What is the capacity for Wella?
Wella can accommodate up to 4 guests split between 2 bedrooms, 1 double room and 1 twin bedroom (which can be linked together to make a double bed), both bedrooms offer individual en-suites; one with a fabulous walk-in shower, the other with a large bath that is big enough for two, each fitted with TVs. Guests also have access to a reserved secure parking space located approximately 1 mile from the cottage.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the St Ives area?
The beautiful, scenic coastlines and spectacular rolling countryside of Cornwall attract those seeking an active and unforgettable holiday. On the coast of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly may be quite another world. It is a natural wonder, where nature thrives and the soul is inspired. The Eden Project is a popular attraction for visitors to Cornwall. The two biomes contain plants from many different climates and environments. The Minack Theater is an open-air theatre, constructed over slime and with a rocky granite sandstone that juts into the sea.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
St Ives has a wonderful, vibrant restaurant scene and visitors are spoilt for choice when they want to dine, whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner. From fresh fish and chips served out of paper to high-end fine dining overlooking beautiful sunsets, there's something for everyone. The Loft is situated in the picturesque St Ives artist's quarter. The menu is accompanied by an ethos of seeking the best local ingredients and simply but enthusiastically cooking. There is a sun terrace that overlooks the beautiful bay where you can enjoy the wonderful menus on offer which change with the seasons. The Bean Inn aims to offer some of the world's most delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes. Bring the best flavours and ingredients of the highest quality while using local, organic and seasonal ingredients as much as possible.